Norwegian extends cruise cancellations through Oct. 31

Cancellations extend beyond CDC no-sail order, which goes until Oct. 1

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced Wednesday that it will be extending cruise cancellations through Oct. 31 as coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt U.S. travel.

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The cancellations extend beyond the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's no-sail order, which goes until Oct. 1.

The extension will affect Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, Norwegian said.

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Any guest that is currently booked on a now-canceled voyage is asked to contact their travel advisor or the cruise line for more information.

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Starting in August, the company will also provide a monthly update regarding the status of cruise suspensions. The update will also include any potential extensions, the company said.

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